The 1993–1994 Football League season was the 95th completed season of The Football League. From 1993 to 1996 the league was sponsored by Endsleigh.Alan Smith kicked off his management career by guiding Crystal Palace to the Division One title and regaining their Premiership place at first time of asking. Frank Clark began Nottingham Forest's post Brian Clough era by helping them finish second in Division One and achieve promotion back to the Premiership.

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  • The 1993–1994 Football League season was the 95th completed season of The Football League. From 1993 to 1996 the league was sponsored by Endsleigh.Alan Smith kicked off his management career by guiding Crystal Palace to the Division One title and regaining their Premiership place at first time of asking. Frank Clark began Nottingham Forest's post Brian Clough era by helping them finish second in Division One and achieve promotion back to the Premiership. They were joined by playoff winners Leicester City who finally made Premiership after two successive playoff final defeats.Oxford United's decline since losing their top flight status in 1988 continued as they slid into Division Two, along with Peterborough United (who had finished a strong 10th in the previous season, their first in the second tier) and Birmingham City.Mark McGhee won the Division Two championship for Reading after their first successful season in years. They were joined by John Rudge's Port Vale in second place. Burnley triumphed in the Division Two play-offs to come within one division of the top flight just seven years after they had almost gone down to the Conference.Going down to Division Three were Fulham (who would be in the league's lowest tier for the first time in their history), Hartlepools United, Exeter City and Barnet.Shrewsbury Town, Chester City and Crewe Alexandra occupied the three promotion places in Division Three, while Martin O'Neill's Wycombe Wanderers won the play-offs in their first season of league football.Northampton Town finished bottom of the league but were saved from demotion because Conference champions Kidderminster Harriers did not meet the league's stadium capacity requirements. (en)
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  • Locations of the First Division teams (en)
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  • The 1993–1994 Football League season was the 95th completed season of The Football League. From 1993 to 1996 the league was sponsored by Endsleigh.Alan Smith kicked off his management career by guiding Crystal Palace to the Division One title and regaining their Premiership place at first time of asking. Frank Clark began Nottingham Forest's post Brian Clough era by helping them finish second in Division One and achieve promotion back to the Premiership. (en)
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